Year 9 – Representations - going audiovisual
In this unit, learners will focus on making digital media such as images and sounds, and discover how media is stored as binary code. You will draw on familiar examples of composing images out of individual elements, mix elementary colours to produce new ones, take samples of analogue signals to illustrate these ideas, and then bring all these things together to form one coherent narrative. The unit has a significant practical aspect; you will use design software (GIMP and Audacity in this case) to manipulate images and sounds. This will help you to understand how the underlying principles of digital representations are applied in real settings.
A splash of colour
Always another way
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